DFK Crosbie Blog
As part of our hotel service offering, we review the gaming tax on annual basis for our hotelier’s to ensure they are not overpaying gaming tax. Even for new hoteliers at new venues, we can review prior years gaming tax assessments (of prior owners) and any gaming duty overpaid is refunded to the new owners.
If your hotel makes less... more
Digital marketing is a term used for all online marketing, this includes social media, email, websites, apps and, Google search and advertising.
People spend more time online than ever, with phones and devices online 24/7 customers can connect to research and shop whenever they feel like it. They connect while watching TV, in bed, in the... more
Watch out for the Tax Man
With the festive season fast approaching and many Christmas functions being organised, the taxman is usually the last person you consider...with the result being that fringe benefits tax (FBT) is the largest cost of the event.
The provision of non-cash benefits to... more
If you are feeling a little bombarded by news about US and Australian elections, ‘Brexit’ fallout, global growth, government debt, record low interest rates (negative in some parts of the globe), high valuations, declining earnings, Chinese data releases, commodity price weakness, see-sawing currencies - and wondering what to make of... more
Recent HR media has featured a lot of discussion around the "dropping of annual reviews" dropping ratings and increasing feedback. Often, these articles are featuring big companies such as GE, Accenture, PWC and Adobe, companies with such size and scale, it becomes difficult to see the application of their strategies to a smaller... more
At Crosbie Wealth Management, T. Rowe Price Dynamic Global Bond Fund forms part of our international fixed interest strategy selection. This month we met with Joran Laird, Hong Kong based fixed income specialist and portfolio manager of this fund.
We discussed the traditional roles of bond allocation in portfolio management. Call us old... more
It is generally accepted that travelling overseas broadens the mind and what better way could there be to fund your trip of a lifetime than seeking employment overseas?
Simple, right? Not so fast!
It is always worth spending some time understanding how that tax regime of your country of destination works, as well as considering... more
Your employees are the front line when it comes to upholding or enhancing your business reputation so it makes sense that the more connected your employees feel to the business the more proactively they will represent it.
Harvard University link employee satisfaction to customer loyalty in the service profit chain, and more
Are your Board meetings productive and effective or are they frustrating, long and drawn out with no resolutions or action plans? Here are a few tips to get the most out of your board meeting: -
- Have an agenda and circulate material relevant to the agenda a week in advance
- Set a finish time for the meeting.